Creative Studio Solutions Becomes Authorized Axia Integrator
23 June 2005, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Axia Audio announces that Creative Studio Solutions (www.creativestudiosolutions.com) is the newest authorized integrator of Axia broadcast products.
As an Axia partner, CSS, the Colorado-based company founded by well-known broadcast engineer Andrew Rosenberg, will provide systems integration services for Axia clients seeking end-to-end installed solutions.
“Broadcasters are always searching for ways to get more ‘bang for the buck,’” says Rosenberg. “Axia IPAudio networks have a very advanced and flexible feature set; they also reduce the complication and expense of studio infrastructure. We think the Axia approach will be a perfect addition to the services we provide.”
“It’s great to have CSS in our family of systems integrators,” says Axia President Michael Dosch. “We worked together on the recent WOR studio project in New York, and their professionalism and technical proficiency were impressive. It’ll be a pleasure working together.”
WOR, Buckley Broadcasting’s New York City flagship, recently completed new studios in Manhattan using Axia audio networking equipment. The build included four Talk Studios, four Control Rooms, and a Production Room for a total of nine studios, plus six news booths, and a master control/tech center.
Creative Studio Solutions provided systems integration and installation services for the project. Creative Studio Solutions, founded in 2001, provides broadcast studio design, integration and installation services for communications corporations, large and small, across the United States. Their client list includes corporations such as Buckley Broadcasting, Entercom, Entravision and Signal Media.
The Axia IP-Audio system enables broadcasters to build audio networks of any size using standard switched Ethernet to connect a few rooms — or an entire facility. Because an Axia audio network can transport hundreds of digital stereo audio channels using a few standard CAT-6 cables, much of the cost normally associated with wiring labor and infrastructure is eliminated.
For more information, contact Clark Novak at Axia Audio, +1-216-241-7225, or Matt Sheahan at CSS, +1-303-425-5004.
Axia, a Telos company, builds Ethernet-based professional IP-Audio products for broadcast, production, sound-reinforcement and commercial applications. Products include digital audio routing switchers, DSP mixers and processors and software for configuring, managing, and interfacing IP-Audio systems.